Gender and Law at Durham (GLAD) supports, develops and enhances research and teaching in the broad field of law and gender. Based in Durham Law School, it provides an institutional framework for the production, dissemination and support of scholarship and teaching in law and gender. GLAD members regularly engage with national and international scholarly communities, governments and activist organisations.
Durham Law Professors Welcome Reforms to Extreme Pornography Law
Professors Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley, of Durham Law School, welcome the Government announcement that the possession so-called ‘rape porn’ will be criminalised in the new Criminal Justice and Courts Bill. In research published in 2009 they argued that the failure of the law to include rape pornography represented a “missed opportunity” to take strong action against the normalisation of sexual violence.
GLAD blog Inherently Human has a record breaking year
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